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Thursday, September 11, 2008

WPF Clock


I had written a blog a long time back on creating a simple WPF clock. It was actually one my first few sample applications that I built when I got to fiddle with Expression Blend for the first time. Only today I noticed that the hyperlink to the Source code on the blog was actually broken for a long time and there are still quite a few asking me for the source code. So I am posting the same here with out even looking in to what I have done 1.5 years back :). Ofcourse I had to convert the source to VS2008(.NET3.5)
Download the Exe Here

7 comments:

Bob said...

Your clock looks great, I wanted to use it in an app I am building for my son to remind him read before playing on the computer.

Bob when I run I get an exception at the call to:

DwmIsCompositionEnabled()

Any ideas?

Jobi Joy said...

That is because your system doesn't support Vista Aero glass effect I think.Either put a try catch over that function call or remove OnSourceInitialized override so that it wont try making glassy window in your machine.

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